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Roll forming handbook

Author: George T Halmos
Publisher: Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2006.
Series: Manufacturing engineering and materials processing, 67.
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Roll forming is one of the most widely used processes in the world for forming metals. Most of the existing knowledge resides in various journal articles or in the minds of those who have learned from experience. Providing a vehicle to systematically collect and share this important knowledge, the Roll Forming Handbook presents the first comprehensive, dedicated treatment to all facets of roll forming, supplying  Read more...
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Roll forming handbook.
Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2006
(DLC) 2005048630
(OCoLC)60500415
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George T Halmos
ISBN: 0824795636 9780824795634 1420030698 9781420030693 1280518561 9781280518560 9786610518562 6610518564
OCLC Number: 73338573
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : illustrations.
Contents: INTRODUCTION TO ROLL FORMING; George T. Halmos; Introduction to Roll Forming; ROLL FORMING MILL; George T. Halmos; General; Mill Types; Mill Components; References; PRESSES AND DIE ACCELERATORS; George T. Halmos; General; Mechanical Presses; Pneumatic Presses; Hydraulic Presses; Information and Dimensions for Press/Die Purchasing and Installation; Rotary and Other Cutting, Punching Equipment; Flying Die Accelerators; SECONDARY OPERATIONS IN THE ROLL FORMING LINE; George T. Halmos; Secondary Operations; Straightening; Tight or Loose Line: Cutting Before, In-Between, or After Roll Forming; Location of the Secondary Operations; Stationary and Flying Dies; Punching, Perforating, Notching, and Mitering; Piercing and Partial Punching; Flanging, Louvering, and Lancing; Embossing and Drawing; Bending; Curving (Sweeping); Marking; Swedging (Off Setting); Rotary Dies; Mechanical Joining of Different Strips or Parts; Adhesive Bonding; Soldering and Brazing; Resistance Welding; Painting; Foaming; Packaging; References; ROLL DESIGN; George T. Halmos; Roll Design Process; Cross-Section; Product Orientation and Other Operations in the Line; Materials; Roll Forming Mill; Other Tool Design Considerations; Spacers and Shims; Calculating Strip Width; Bend Lines; Number of Passes; Flower Diagram; Roll Design; Calculating Roll Dimensions Manually; Computer-Aided Roll Design; Examples; Roll Marking System; Roll Orientation; Setup Charts; References; MATERIALS; George T. Halmos; Design Considerations; Mechanical Properties; Crystalline Structure of Metals; Forming Metals; Increasing the Strength of Metals by Cold Working; Hot Rolling; H.R. and H.R.P.O. Steels; Cold Rolled Steel; Carbon Steel; Alloyed Steel; Stainless Steel; Metallic Coatings; Nonmetallic Coating and Laminating; Joining Different Materials in the Roll Forming Process; Aluminum; Other Metals and Materials; Influence of Primary Metal Processes on Roll Forming; Guideline to Steel Prices; References; LUBRICATION; Joseph Ivaska; Tribology of Lubrication; Selection of Lubricants; Surface Properties of Formed Material; Lubricants for the Secondary Operations; Application Techniques; Preparation and Maintenance of Lubricants; Operating Problems during Production; COIL PROCESSING, MATERIAL HANDLING, AND PLANT LAYOUT; George T. Halmos and Joseph Horvath; Flow of Material; Coil Handling and Storage; Sheet Handling and Storage; In-Line Coil Handling; Coil End Welding; Strip (Coil) Accumulators; Flattening and Leveling; In-Line Sheet Handling; Finished Product Handling; Finished Product Storage; Material Handling Equipment; Material Handling Accessories; Crane Controls; Plant Layout; References; DESIGNING PRODUCTS FOR ROLL FORMING; George T. Halmos; Developing Light Gage Products; Design Considerations; Secondary Operations; Profiles Manufactured in Different Sizes; Design of Specific Products; Dimensioning and Tolerancing; References; EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION, ROLL SETUP, MAINTENANCE, AND TROUBLESHOOTING; George T. Halmos; Installation of Roll Forming Lines; Roll Installation and Setup; Maintenance and Spare Parts; Troubleshooting and Trouble Prevention; BEHAVIOR OF METAL STRIP DURING ROLL FORMING; Manabu Kiuchi; Various Types of Deformations; Causes of Redundant Deformations; Effects of Redundant Deformations on Product Defects; Mathematical Simulation of the Deformation of a Metal Strip; Computerized Design System for Roll Profiles; CAE for Roll Forming; ACQUIRING ROLL FORMING LINES, EDUCATION, AND TRAINING; George T. Halmos; Why Roll Form Products?; Different Paths to Start Roll Forming; Evaluating the Product; Selecting Line Components; Procuring Roll Forming Tooling; Equipment and Tool Specifications; Acceptance Test; Education and Training; Motivation; References; SAFETY; Ashok Shah; Safety; Common Safety-Related Definitions; Safety Design Procedure; Determining Limits of the Machinery or System; Determining Hazards/Risk Estimation; Risk Reduction by Design; Safeguarding; Selection of Guards and Protective Devices; Required Characteristics of Guards and Protection Devices; Signals and Warning Devices; Personal Protective Equipment; Training; Summary; References; INCREASING EFFICIENCY OF ROLL FORMING LINES AND CASE STUDIES; George T. Halmos; Output, Productivity, and Efficiency; Line Utilization; Improving Productivity; Case Studies; Preliminary Tool and Equipment Cost Analysis; Preliminary Cost Analysis; UNUSUAL, NEW, AND FUTURE ROLL FORMING TECHNOLOGIES; George T. Halmos; The Last 100 Years; The Future of Roll Forming; Pull-Through Mills: Nondriven Rolls; Tension Roll Forming; Combining Roll Forming and Cold Drawing; Developing New Roll Forming Methods; Roll Forming Tools; Reducing the Thickness of the Starting Material; Forming at Elevated Temperature; Hot Roll Forming Variable Cross-Sections; Hot Thickness Reduction along the Length of the Strip; Welding Hot Roll Formed Sections; Other "Hot" Processes; In-Line Soldering, Brazing, and Heat Treating; Equipment and Tooling Requirements for Hot Roll Forming; Press Tooling for Conventional Roll Forming Lines; Computer-Controlled Roll Forming Lines; References; APPENDICES; REFERENCES; INDEX
Series Title: Manufacturing engineering and materials processing, 67.
Responsibility: edited by George T. Halmos.
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Over 35 per cent of light gauge steel produced in North America is processed through roll forming lines and ductile sheet metals with a thickness between .004 inches and .75 inches can also be roll  Read more...

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